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Yellow Creek Designs prides itself on its war reproduction and wool fabrics, calling quilters from all over the country to stop in and take a peek.
The Quilting Quarters in Almonte, Ontario, reflects the textile heritage of the small Canadian community.
All things primitive find a home at The Hen House in Charlotte, Michigan.
Walk in and be wowed at this festive Finleyville, Pennsylvania, quilt shop, chock full of patterns, samples, and inspiration.
Crafters are surrounded by quilting, punch-needle, embroidery, and cross-stitch supplies at Pine Needles in West Jordan, Utah.
Warmth, familiarity, and many of the comforts of home and family is what quilt shop owners Dee Grantham and Whitney Erickson give their customers at their Phoenix, Arizona, quilting oasis.
Nestled in a restored 1905 building in Belleville, Wisconsin, Patches and Petals bridges past and present with an array of fabrics and gifts.
Operating a quilt shop is a team effort at Quilters Corner in Ithaca, New York.
The two Quilt Beginnings locations, both in Columbus Ohio, share a common goal of engaging shoppers.
An island quilt shop offers unusual supplies for locals and travelers alike.
In Between Stitches, located in Livermore, California, is a quilt shop that provides a place for quilters and friendships to grow.
Enthusiasm for quilting—past and present—runs rampant inside an unassuming Iowa shop situated in an 1895 granary.
A fun atmosphere, brightly colored fabrics, and "Sew Pro's" make quilting as breeze as this North Carolina shop.
The Rabbit’s Lair, located in a former pharmacy in Rogers, Arkansas, offers a healthy dose of quilting cottons and wool.
It’s a fun family affair at Scottie Dog Quilts, a shop tucked away in Eureka, California, near the redwood forest.
Quilters’ Haven in Olathe, Kansas, boosts creativity by offering inspiration and education to quilters of all skill levels.
Fun portable projects and original quilt “recipes” capture curiosities at The Quilted Forest in Forest City, Iowa.
Clever events and programs keep quilters coming back to Sweet Home Quilt Co. in Conyers, Georgia.
Go for the fabrics, stay for the view: This shop has both. Shop owner Bobbie Bebereia loves “being able to show my daughters that you can make a living doing what you truly love.”